Many factors to be looked into before Putin-Biden summit can be decided: Kremlin
The Kremlin said on Monday that Russia and the United States had not yet agreed on a date and place for a summit meeting of President Joe Biden and President Vladimir Putin and that many factors still needed to be looked at before it is finalized.
A Kremlin aide said on Sunday that the meeting could happen in June, the RIA news agency reported.
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Russia’s Kommersant newspaper, newspaper, citing unnamed sources, said Biden had offered Putin to meet on June 15-16 in a European country.
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